The Finance Ministry committed several blunders by being totally shoddy in handling India’s most notorious fugitive bank-robber – Vijay Mallya.
Therefore, should Arun Jaitley, currently India’s Finance Minister, be replaced with someone else?
Should the reason to do so be hinted as the seriousness to bring the runaway playboy Vijay Mallya back from the United Kingdom?
The media, politicians, cops and bureaucrats – without exception – are misleading the gullible people of India that is Bharat over scofflaws like Vijay Mallya. Anti-Modi channels love Jaitley.
Notwithstanding the tall claims of Jaitley to haul Mallya back to India, the bitter truth is its exact opposite and sinister.
Mallya is one of the 130 plus Indian fugitives who are ensconced in Britain.
Bringing Mallya back to India is as much possible as finding a dinosaur walking the streets of Lutyens’ Delhi. The reason: Politicians of every hue are in cahoots with the liquor-vending bank-robber gallivanting with gals in skimpy costumes on land, water and air. This was exposed in these columns 2 months ago.
Is there a way out to force Mallya on the back-foot and then drag him home?
The HOW part:
Dr Subramanian Swamy has a huge score to settle with Mallya. If anyone could make the moves to force Mallya to kneel – thanks to his connections with every power-broker in the world through his Harvard ‘old-boys’ network, Dr Swamy can.
Dr Swamy wants to be India’s Finance Minister.
The WHY part:
The man supposed to have had Mallya in chains is India’s incumbent FM – Arun Jaitley. Media reports suggest Jaitley slipped up wantonly.
So, what is Arun Jaitley?